posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 07:23 PM
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: darkwarrior
You misunderstood. WE WANT THE BS stopped with all the people who think SKIN matters,it doesn't. THE issue here is what is FREE SPEECH and it's
expression which I'm willing to bet the most intelligent person EVER to be born to man cannot figure out fairly
Sounds funny now...but I understand completely. I cause and effect everything as I see it. So when I see CNN and whoever talking about the
performance of the African American community I see them basically training the next generation of racists. It doesnt matter that Mike Brown was
black...and it doesnt matter that the cop is white. Its a use of force issue. But still it seems to be a trend in media to divide people and
generate unrest with their manner of reporting.
I didnt choose the color of my skin and it isnt an accomplishment or something that is earned or maintained. I went to the party with my dad and left
with my mom just like the next person.
So you are correct...what is free speech? Well I tend to believe that media organizations should have a responsibility to the WAY that they spread
information. Free speech and freedom to protest are with an individual. If an organization was found to deliberately disseminate info in a way that
is intended to sway opinions and generate buzz then there should be some limits to their capabilities or "intent".
So the goal of my unwritten FOIA requests is to uncover a potential plot/goal/policy to deliberately add a racial bias to a story in the media. Its a
question of mine. If the information is there then it would settle a lot of disputes and theories.
With all of the theory stuff on ATS regarding the NWO and police state I figured I would have more support or guidance from the posters. I dont draw
conclusions unless I have enough verifiable facts to do so. The idea that the media is used to divide and generate reactions is extremely popular
here. With some actual verifiable facts then we could all spread it around and maybe leave something behind for the next generation.